Mondaq Canada: Insurance
Prévost Fortin D'Aoust Attorneys
In our practice, we are often asked about the scope of a clause included in most damage insurance policies.
Samis + Company
The arbitrator started by defining the duration of the time period pre-loss to be considered that would give the best indication of the situation that existed as of the date of loss.
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Three insurance professionals offer a global perspective.
Miller Thomson LLP
In the recent LAT decision of A.S. and Economical Insurance (16-003197/AABS), Adjudicator Robert Watt held that an insurer is entitled to deduct post-accident income from a claimant's business in determining an ...
Clyde & Co
The Ontario Court of Appeal has declared that the proper effect to be given to international insurance agreements containing both an arbitration provision ...
Cox & Palmer
This case involved competing claims to insurance proceeds payable following a fire loss to a building (the "Property") owned by Elite Builders Inc. ("Elite").
Rogers Partners LLP
A recent reconsideration decision from the Licence Appeal Tribunal in M.F.Z. v Aviva Insurance Canada has followed a FSCO decision and once again highlighted the importance of providing...
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
When deciding whether an insurer owes a duty to defend an action, the courts will take an expansive approach based on the "mere possibility" that a claim falls within an insurance policy.
McCague Borlack LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal decision and related appellate cases would appear to be the most up-to-date law on the issue.
Rogers Partners LLP
The Court of Appeal indicated that the duty of good faith on insurers does not impose this obligation.
Miller Thomson LLP
As 2017 comes to a close, it is a good time to take a look back at changes and developments in the law that will affect how adjusters handle claims going forward.
Clark Wilson LLP
Most liability policies may be classified as either occurrence or claims-made policies. An occurrence policy responds where an event occurs during the policy period that gives rise to a covered loss.
Clark Wilson LLP
In the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision of Tree-Techol Tree Technology v. VIA Rail Canada Inc., 2017 ONCA 876 , the court considered whether an insured is under an obligation ...
Clyde & Co
Legislative changes should bring Quebec in line with other jurisdictions, and bring about a more competitive market among insurers, to the benefit of consumers.
Clyde & Co
In 2017, there were a number of Canadian court rulings that will have an impact on the landscape of insurance litigation in the years ahead.
Miller Thomson LLP
Life settlements, also known as trafficking or trading in life insurance policies, involve the disposition by the insured of all rights under a life insurance policy to a third party in exchange for a cash payment.
McCague Borlack LLP
Teenagers Will Be Teenagers: Did A Mother Give (Implied) Consent For Her Son To Possess And Operate Her Car?
Clyde & Co
Imagine the following scenario: a local distributor sells a commonly used product that shortly thereafter causes a major house fire.
Devry Smith Frank LLP
The Ontario Liberal government, just prior to an election, claims it has again decided to address high automobile insurance premiums (but ignores the negative affect of these changes on victims of car accidents).
McCague Borlack LLP
The recent decision, C.M. v P.M., the Health Professionals Appeal and Review Board confirmed a decision of the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee of the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario.
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Blaney McMurtry LLP
This was a busy week for the Court of Appeal. Topics covered included family law, wrongful dismissal, wills and estates, insurance coverage, tort liability of employees, workplace safety, police liability, ...
Clyde & Co
In today's global business environment, the stakes are high for directors and officers, who face growing liability exposure in multiple jurisdictions.
Clyde & Co
In 2017, there were a number of Canadian court rulings that will have an impact on the landscape of insurance litigation in the years ahead.
Adair Goldblatt Bieber LLP
A recent Alberta decision provides a sobering reminder to landlords to comply with the vacancy provisions of their property insurance policies – or else risk losing their insurance coverage.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
When deciding whether an insurer owes a duty to defend an action, the courts will take an expansive approach based on the "mere possibility" that a claim falls within an insurance policy.
Rogers Partners LLP
The Court of Appeal indicated that the duty of good faith on insurers does not impose this obligation.
Clark Wilson LLP
Most liability policies may be classified as either occurrence or claims-made policies. An occurrence policy responds where an event occurs during the policy period that gives rise to a covered loss.
Clyde & Co
The Ontario Court of Appeal has declared that the proper effect to be given to international insurance agreements containing both an arbitration provision ...
Miller Thomson LLP
As 2017 comes to a close, it is a good time to take a look back at changes and developments in the law that will affect how adjusters handle claims going forward.
Miller Thomson LLP
Life settlements, also known as trafficking or trading in life insurance policies, involve the disposition by the insured of all rights under a life insurance policy to a third party in exchange for a cash payment.
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